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Stronger start, weaker end to 2024

China’s economy has regained some strength recently. We expect this to continue into 2024, on the back of support from fiscal policy and a further pick-up in household spending. But with property construction likely to continue to decline and exports set to do the same, the recovery will lack momentum. Growth will have dropped below 4% by the end of the year.

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